Committee On Evaluation Of Chemical Events At Army Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities Free eBooks (1)

ISBN: 0309130921, 9780309130929
Authors: Committee On Evaluation Of The Safety, Environmental Metrics For Potential Application At Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities; National Research Council
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Keywords: chemical, agent, disposal, facilities, application, potential, safety, environmental, metrics, evaluation
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By the end of 2009, more than 60 percent of the global chemical weapons stockpile declared by signatories to the Chemical Weapons Convention will have been destroyed, and of the 184 signatories, only three countries will possess chemical weapons-the United States, Russia, and Libya. In the United States, destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile began in 1990, when Congress mandated that the A......
Authors: Committee To Review, Assess Closure Plans For The Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, The Chemical Agent, Munitions Disposal System; National Research Council
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Keywords: disposal, chemical, agent, munition, system, letter, report, facility, assessment, tooele, closure, review, plans
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The Chemical Materials Agency (CMA), requested the National Academies' Board on Army Science and Technology to examine the current state of closure activities for the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF) and the Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System (CAMDS). In this brief interim report, the Committee on Review and Assessment of Closure Plans for the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Fa......
ISBN: 0309158583, 9780309158589
Authors: Committee To Review, Assess Closure Plans For The Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, The Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System; National Research Council
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Keywords: agent, disposal, facilities, chemical, incineration, closure, plans, baseline, review
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This book responds to a request by the director of the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) for the National Research Council to examine and evaluate the ongoing planning for closure of the four currently operational baseline incineration chemical agent disposal facilities and the closure of a related testing facility. The book evaluates the closure planning process as well as some aspects of......
ISBN: 0309138183, 9780309138185
Authors: Committee To Examine The Disposal Of Activated Carbon From The Heating, Ventilation,, Air Conditioning Systems At Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities; National Research Council
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Keywords: disposal, facilities, agent, carbon, activated, chemical
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For the last two decades, the United States has been destroying its entire stockpile of chemical agents. At the facilities where these agents are being destroyed, effluent gas streams pass through large activated carbon filters before venting to ensure that any residual trace vapors of chemical agents and other pollutants do not escape into the atmosphere in exceedance of regulatory limits. All th......
ISBN: 0309097320, 9780309097321
Authors: Committee On Monitoring At Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities, National Research Council
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Keywords: facilities, disposal, agent, chemical, monitoring
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Under the direction of the U.S. Army s Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) and mandated by Congress, the nation is destroying its chemical weapons stockpile.Over the past several years, the Army has requested several studies from the NRC to assist with the stockpile destruction.This study was requested to advise the CMA about the status of analytical instrumentation technology and systems suitable for......
ISBN: 0309103517, 9780309103510
Authors: Committee On Continuing Operability Of Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities, Equipment, National Research Council
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Keywords: disposal, facilities, equipment, agent, chemical, continuing, operability, assessment
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The U.S. Army s Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) currently oversees contracts for the operation of chemical agent stockpile incineration facilities at four disposal sites. Because the period of time required to dispose of these chemical agents has grown beyond that originally planned, the Army is becoming concerned about the possibility of growing operational problems as the processing equipment ag......
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